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Your man couldn’t look at my face
He feels that a man like me
couldn’t stay in my place
I see why he’s acting like this,
Why’d he say what he say?
He can’t deal
Cuz I’m seizing my time
So he gets in my way
And he feels

We don’t matter
Anti-matter to him
So fragile
glass gon’ shatter on him

Verse 2
Your man gonna smile at your face
He feels that a woman like you
Is gonna stay in your place
You don’t kneel.
You can make your own world
Do your thing you got faith
And you deal with a whole lot more
It ain’t shown in your pay.
And you feel

We should matter more
He’s so fragile
glass could shatter for years

Rap Verse:
Hey- I’m not being dramatic
They rigged the democratic
Voicing of the people
getting drowned and lost in all the static
Your man is autocratic
My dissent is automatic
My rhymes are all emphatic
Break the glass and call the medic
He’s in a greenhouse so we douse that lawn with gasoline
Not too long That glass’ll gleam
Right the wrongs Collapse the seams
Swing down, sweet back on that chariot
Gon ’ carry it like a picket sign
Don’t think it’s time?
But hell yeah we’re gonna bury it
What? the nature of the beast
I’d never hate you like you preach
And I can empathize and emphasize
That time has ceased
I’m anti matter to you
She’s anti matter to you
I’ll take that batter to your
Glass no match I’ll shatter through you..

We don’t matter
Anti-matter to him
Don't Matter
glass gon’ shatter for years
To come
Years to come


from The AntiMatter Suite, released November 15, 2019


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Sulu and Excelsior New York, New York

SULU AND EXCELSIOR is the solo project of multi-instrumentalist/rapper/singer Steven E. Mallorca, aka Sulu, who plays all the instruments and vocal performances with influences that span 40s and 50s jazz, 60s and 70s soul, and 80s and 90s hip-hop.

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